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  • as inrunning
  • as intogether
  • as inconsecutively
  • as inin turn
  • as infrequently
  • as ingradually
  • as inapiece

synonyms for successively

  • consecutively
  • continuously
  • night and day
  • together
  • unintermittedly
  • uninterruptedly
  • regularly
  • again and again
  • often
  • generally
  • intermittently
  • usually
  • periodically
  • at times
  • customarily
  • every now and then
  • much
  • ordinarily
  • habitually
  • many times
  • time and again
  • oftentimes
  • ofttimes
  • oft
  • as a rule
  • at regular intervals
  • at short intervals
  • by ordinary
  • in many instances
  • in quick succession
  • many a time
  • not infrequently
  • not seldom
  • over and over
  • recurrently
  • spasmodically
  • thick and fast
  • very often
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antonyms for successively

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  • broken
  • intermittently
  • occasionally
    • not much
    • uncommonly
    • infrequently
    • seldom
    • rarely
    • suddenly
    • intermittently
    • abruptly
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    How to use successively in a sentence

    In successive Januarys, the Mets have been forced to terminate a manager and a GM before either could preside over a single game.
    METS FIRE GM JARED PORTER AFTER ESPN DETAILS LEWD, HARASSING TEXTS TO FEMALE REPORTERDAVE SHEININ, CINDY BORENJANUARY 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST
    A mix of slightly older and younger age estimates can result from gaps that form in successive mineral layers, Brumm’s team says.
    ONE OF THE OLDEST KNOWN CAVE PAINTINGS HAS BEEN FOUND IN INDONESIABRUCE BOWERJANUARY 13, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
    In short vignettes in this massive book, he illustrates how successive administrations served wine as a subtle element of diplomacy.
    CRACK OPEN THE BEST 2020 WINE BOOKS FOR RICH HISTORY, INTERNATIONAL POLITICS AND A VINTNER’S LIVELY MEMOIRDAVE MCINTYREDECEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    There’s a reason why successive long-form paragraphs uninhibited by headers is a literary form.
    THE PROBLEM WITH THE ‘STRUCTURED CONTENT’ MINDSETMORDY OBERSTEINNOVEMBER 25, 2020SEARCH ENGINE LAND
    These Georgia races give Democrats the chance to overcome the disappointment of Tuesday’s losses in a handful of races they considered tossups that appeared to leave them still in the minority for a fourth successive election.
    CONTROL OF THE SENATE HEADS INTO OVERTIME AS GEORGIA BRACES FOR RUNOFF ELECTIONSPAUL KANENOVEMBER 6, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    The metal is then removed, and washed successively with very dilute sodium hydroxid solution, alcohol, and ether.
    A MANUAL OF CLINICAL DIAGNOSISJAMES CAMPBELL TODD
    It seeks the shortest phrase or sentence and adds successively all the modifiers, making no omissions.
    ASSIMILATIVE MEMORYMARCUS DWIGHT LARROWE (AKA PROF. A. LOISETTE)
    A gentleman being out a-shooting with Mr. Elwes, missed a dozen times successively.
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    Oliver Wolcott died; a statesman under Washington, and 10 years successively governor of Connecticut.
    THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
    The obligation of a permanent duty cannot be dissolved; but the observance of it may and ought to be vowed successively.
    THE ORDINANCE OF COVENANTINGJOHN CUNNINGHAM
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    WORDS RELATED TO SUCCESSIVELY

    • a pop
    • all
    • aside
    • for each
    • from each
    • individually
    • one by one
    • per
    • respectively
    • separately
    • severally
    • singly
    • successively
    • to each
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